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Gun Show Report

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by gbran, Jun 20, 2010.

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  1. gbran

    gbran Member

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    Went to my local gunshow (Bakersfield CA) which is held 5-6 times per year here. I missed the last one.

    As usual, most firearms were overpriced with a few exceptions. Ammo overall seemed to be plentiful and much lower, but all over the map. Plenty of 380's reasonable (?), $14/50. .45acp seemed really high for 230 ball at $17-$21/50. 9mm's $12/50.

    What blew me away was more than one booth selling hi-cap mags for AR's,
    M1"s. I didn't, but should have asked how they could legally sell these. They appeared to be functional, not unassembled.

    Can someone school me on this?
     
  2. BeerSleeper

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    Shhhhhhh. Shouldn't say things like that in Kommiefornia. You guys don't really have freedom of speech there either.
     
  3. oldbear

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    California and free speach

    Whoa!!! California has all the freedom of speech that one will find anywhere else. Only in California all free speech must be P.C., multi-cultural, bi-lingual, gender natural, and may in no way offend anyone!

    I left the “Golden-state” in 1964, always good to get back for 2 – 3 days, but I always like to return to the real world.

    My first paragraph was somewhat tong in cheek. It is sad that a small but very vocal segment of the population has managed to force their, generally well meaning, misconceived ideas on everyone else.
     
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  4. Aren't we all

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